Dr. Inman is the Director of the Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Program.
She has been instrumental in implementing evidence-based programs to promote social
and emotional competence in elementary school aged children; her clinical practice
is focused on school aged children for mental health and developmental & behavioral
pediatrics. Calming the Chaos
Phyllis Raynor, PhD, APRN, PMHNP-BC
Dr. Raynor, assistant professor (tenure track), is certified as both a psychiatric
mental health nurse practitioner and an advanced-practice addictions nurse.
Dr. Raynor is committed to substance use disorders (SUD) disparities research and
practices at Future Psych Solutions where she provides primary substance use treatment
for clients with co-occurring mental health disorders part-time in an outpatient clinic. The
National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently awarded Dr. Raynor with a Career Development
Award. The award will facilitate her primary career goals to become an independent,
funded investigator and be a recognized leader in the field of SUD disparities research.
Dr. Raynor will pursue the development of effective interventions to support positive
health outcomes for pregnant and postpartum women with Opioid Use Disorders and their
Margaret J. Selph, DNP, APRN, ANP-C
Dr. Selph, assistant professor, is an adult nurse practitioner and has been providing
primary care to adult and geriatric patients at the Free Medical Clinic in Columbia,
SC for 7 years. The Free Medical Clinic serves uninsured patients with a household
income at or below 175% of the Federal Poverty Line. In addition to primary care
services, the clinic provides some on-site specialty services as well. Dr. Selph
states that it is incredibly rewarding to have the opportunity to serve those in our
community who would otherwise lack access to care.
Sabra S. Custer, DNP, MS, FNP-BC, AAHIVS
Dr. Custer, associate professor, is an advanced -practice nurse and an American Academy
of HIV Specialist. She practices in Columbia and Sumter, providing care for people
living with HIV.
Over her 12 years as faculty and practicing in HIV care she pursued opportunities
for students to get involved in HIV care and broader infectious diseases care. She
has been part of two externally-funded grants that engage students from across the
university in interprofessional education (IPE) programs based at the clinics. She
enjoys getting students involved in her clinical practice sites, and being able to
translate her current hands-on experience as an advanced practice nurse into classroom
examples and teaching.
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